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Howloween

Howloween is one of the best dog events of the year in Knoxville, TN. Howloween is a dog friendly, halloween themed event hosted by UT Gardens to benefit Young Williams Animal Center. You can walk your dog around the pet expo to find all sorts of toys, treats, gear, and maybe even your next rescue dog. Be sure not to miss the spooky costume contest and parade that begins at 2:30pm! If you have a great Howloween costume idea for your dog, sign up and you may just win all sorts of fabulous prizes.



Costume Judging Categories

  • Funny Bone - If you make the judges laugh till the cry, you might just have a chance at taking home first place in this category!
  • Bad to the Bone - Send shivers up the judges spines and have them running away in terror to take home first place in this category.
  • D(og) It Yourself - Get creative and show off how crafty you can be with your dog's homemade costume.
  • Pop Culture/ Character - Watch out for the paw-parazzi everyone will want a photo with your famous pooch! Will your dog be the biggest star?
Entry Fees and More Info

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Color Me Mutt 5K Color Run

Show off your true colors at this year's Color Me Mutt 5K Color Run at the NASCAR Speedpark in Sevierville! This fun-filled event includes a one mile run/walk (new this year) as well as the big 5K Color Run, so you and your dog can choose the pace that's right for you. All participants in either run will receive entry in the Pet Parade at no additional cost.

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Find photos from events and more on My Curious Canine's Facebook page.

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Mardi Growl Pet Parade & Party

Join The Fun In Market Square

Dogs and dog lovers alike in Knoxville eagerly await the 11th annual Mardi Growl Pet Parade and Party to benefit Young Williams Animal Center. Thousands of spectators will gather along the streets downtown Knoxville and in Market Square March 2nd, 2019 from 11 am to 3 pm. The event will begin at 11 am on Willow Ave in the Old City with a pet friendly parade and costume contest! Costumes in previous years have been really unique and impressive so get ahead of the game and plan now for you chance to win some awesome prizes! The parade will march to Market square when the Mardi Growl Pet Party will be from 12pm - 2pm.

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At the Mardi Growl Pet Party on Market Square, you will find over 60 vendors, food trucks, face painting, live music, and more! Make sure to stop by and see My Curious Canine. As always, we will be doing a raffle for a $100 dog training gift certificate. We will also have our full inventory of Sojos all natural Good Dog Treats and Sojos Simply freeze died treats. We will also have Bubba Rose Biscuit Company Crack Bars incase you need some training treats on the go at Mardi Growl to motivate your dog. All of our interactive dog toys, sure to curb your dog's boredom behaviours, will also be available at our booth at the Mardi Growl Pet Party.

Meet The Trainers

Events in Knoxville, like Mardi Growl, are a great time to get to know our wonderful dog training and pet sitting staff. We are happy to discuss any of our services with you and answer any questions you may have. You can also find some special deals the day of the event as well! We are going to be giving away special FREEBIES to people who enroll their dog into one of our dog training courses.

With all sorts of fun activities, good shopping, delicious food, and live entertainment, Mardi Growl is sure to please the dogs and their owners! Check out my safety tips below to ensure you have a fun and safe Mardi Growl.

Stay Safe!

When participating in any event with your pets...
  • Vaccinations should be current.
  • Make sure your pets are comfortable around large groups of people, dogs, crazy costumes and loud noises.
  • Bring water and waste bags.
  • Prepare for your pets' comfort (excessive heat or cold temps for example).
  • Limit participation of pets that are very shy or get stressed easily.
  • Make certain to have full control of the leash and your dog.
  • Use of retractable leashes should be avoided as they can break easily or cause injuries to others.

If you don't feel like your dog is ready for all the excitement at Howloween, leave them at home where they can be comfortable and come see me about a personalized dog training plan or book a FREE Meet and Greet Today to make sure your dog doesn't miss out next year!

 

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